The OnePlus Nord CE 5G (“Core Edition”) is the latest entry in OnePlus’ Nord range of budget smartphones. For a price tag of only $420, it provides a substantial 4,500mAh battery, an impressive 6.43-inch AMOLED display, 5G support, and some highly usable software. It’s a very strong phone for the price, but in a world where surprisingly great budget phones are becoming more common by the month, it faces some stiff competition.
Chief amongst its rivals is the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G.
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